The Jalopy Journal
Try oldihc.org, lots of information there.
No, you're thinking about Plymouths.
Sure it did, nobody wants to see an OLD WOODY!o_O
I'm sure you've heard the phrase " That'll buff out"!
It will get lower when it settles in after a few weeks of driving around.
I thought 50s had hidden trunk hinges?
You're young and just bought a new gun and will probably be painting something else in the future that will require primer. Hang on to it, you can...
It's already got Blue Dots!:cool:
I believe you're thinking of Marvel Mystery Oil.
I would make sure your primer is either all gray or all black, otherwise it will not be uniform in the final color!
How about "Tool Time"?;)
S[ow thinner for hot weather, fast for cool and medium for moderate temps. Try a test spray out on a scrap piece of something first. Way too much...
That's Bad Chad, even had his own TV show for awhile!:eek:
And you saved $330.00 a nite!:cool:
So they do make clear engine paint after all!;)
Count the ring & pinion, then divide.
I'll bet he's done something in the last 15 years!o_O
Easy Off oven cleaner. Sounds strange but trust me, it works!
The rear shocks remain the same as original, Aerostar springs do not need to be cut and would be way too short with bottom of A arm lowered.
Whoever buys it from you will most likely modify it in one way or another anyway!
^^^Hope you have a BIG trailer!^^^
Did you have the mandatory REVERB??? :cool: That was the cats meow back then!
Especially when Good Vibrations by the Beach Boys came on!
Thanks, was finished 38 years ago.
I worked in a factory when I got out of high school, right next to the salt tablets was the stretcher!:eek:
Be better off with the $10.00 Harbor Freight gun!
Just a guess but try The Lincoln/Mercury Old Parts Store
2040A Gentry Street
Clearwater Florida 33765
Henry would be awfully proud of you!
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